H A Oudhof

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The aim of the present study was to determine the presence of alkaline phosphatase during various stages in development and closure of the sutura interfrontalis. The histological sections reveal that this enzyme could primarily be demonstrated in the dura mater of this suture. In further developmental stages, alkaline phosphatase could be observed within(More)
As the skull develops, the tissue of the coronal and sagittal sutures (serrated sutures) assumes a specific structure which in part is practically identical to that of a gomphosis joint and may therefore be regarded as a 'multigomphosis'. The nature of this structure justifies the assumption that it has to resist mechanical forces exerted on the suture. The(More)
The purpose of the present study was to determine the presence of alkaline phosphatase within the coronal suture, the dura mater and the pericranium. The histologic sections reveal that no alkaline phosphatase activity could be observed within the coronal suture as well as the dura mater, while the pericranium did contain this enzyme. These findings are(More)
The coronal suture with the adnexa was excised in 1-week-old rats and replanted onto the exposed dura mater of the same rat. After replantation, the original internal part of the suture (= pars interna) was located on the external surface of the cranial vault, while the original external part (= pars externa) was located on the dura mater. The animals were(More)
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